National Express coaches stop at Millstream Coach Park north of Salisbury city centre. This is also the main parking spot for any tour buses visiting Salisbury.
National Express coaches connect Salisbury with London Victoria Coach Station with around three services per day. Depending on traffic, the journey time is around three hours. This is generally the cheapest way to travel between London and Salisbury.
Millstream Coach Park is located on an island in the River Avon and most areas of the city centre are around a five to 10-minute walk from the coach stop. For the most part, it is a pleasant walk into the centre alongside the river, however, it is easier to find your way if you walk down Castle Street.Local buses connect Salisbury with destinations in Wiltshire and neighbouring counties, however, these buses depart from bus stops on Blue Boar Row and New Canal in Salisbury city centre. Useful local bus routes include Salisbury Reds route 2 to Devizes, route X3 to Bournemouth, route X4 to Larkhill via Amesbury, route X5 to Marlborough and Swindon via Amesbury, routes X7 and X7R to Southampton and the Activ8 bus to Andover via Amesbury.